Experts reveal how to finally get the piles of letters, junk mail, and bills under control. 

By Mary Squillace
August 13, 2018
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Many of us deal with it: stacks of mail in random areas all over the house, from the kitchen counter to the home office. In fact, Ellen Delap, president of the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals, says that even in the age of autopay and e-billing, mail clutter is one of the most common reasons clients call her. If it's an issue for you, chances are you’re making one of these common—but totally fixable—mistakes, she adds. Keep reading to find out how to tackle that tower of mail for good. Forget about inbox zero, we’re all about achieving mailbox zero.

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